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November 17, 2005

Virals & Freebees

Internet_petition_1 What makes an idea viral? By Seth Godin. “For an idea to spread, it needs to be sent and received”

Jason Fried asks: Would you pay $5/month to use Google? If Google wasn’t free, would you pay $5/month for it? Would you?

A history of Apple Homepages. (From ”Paxtonland”. Also from there: David Lanham Icons)

"I want to..." or "I need to" or "How do I?" These are all questions we all ask all the time. This is a small collection of resources that will help to answer those questions... Now listing over 200 applications

Plagiarist alert! Copyscape uses Google API technology to identify distinctive sentences and phrases from your site and then sniffs around for other sites that use the same or similar phrases. (From ”SiteLines”)

The Flickrization of Yahoo, by Erick Schonfeld

A Natural History of the @ Sign. While in some languages @ is simply called "at," in others, a wide variety of interesting nicknames have been developed for this little symbol. Most are based on the shape of the character, others are more abstract. Some are original and unique, others are derived from other languages

The Transparent Screens meme keeps going & going

Just a little unrelated freebee: "Ária (Cantilena)" from Bachianas Brasileiras nº 5 by Heitor Villa-Lobos

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Here's another interesting post at GROWABRAIN. What caught my attention was the part about what makes an idea viral. This is something that has always interested me. It seems that the most simple things spread like wild fire.... yet to [Read More]

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